Sancho Churreria is a small trinket of light along a train of restaurants in a simple street in Teacher’s Village. If you’re looking for an alternative to a coffee shop where you can have intimate discussions with your girl friends, Sancho Churreria might be the venue for a change.
I’m sure most of you know where Lau Pa Sat is. But if I ask you where Telok Ayer Market is, you won’t know where that is. Well, Telok Ayer Market is Lau Pa Sat, the latter being the colloquially referred by locals and tourists alike.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like their armpits to go sweaty, or walk away from a restaurant smelling like char, then don’t eat here. If you’re bringing your own car, and you don’t want a missing side mirror or bumper, don’t eat here or just ride a cab. Don’t expect quality customer service either.
Contrary to popular belief, 1837 TWG Tea actually hails from Singapore, with thousands of tea concoctions distributed all over the world. While most of us would just dip and soak our tea bags in a cup of hot water, their staff are trained in the art of tea drinking and each pot of tea are carefully brewed before serving.
Serenitea might have their fried chicken chops, fried tofu and pepper corn as their popular eats, but Tea Rock Cafe has more than just fried food. You can actually eat a decent meal and be satisfied about the food they have.
Swagat is one rare piece of gem in Indian cuisine. It doesn’t spell out fine dining and it doesn’t look intimidating even though I couldn’t understand 99% of the dishes on the menu.